Address: Bd. Carol I, 65-67, Sinaia, 106100, Romania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bd. Carol I, 65-67, Sinaia, is near Busteni Mountain--Babele Rock Formation.
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Travel Blogs from Sinaia

A day of two halves

A travel blog entry by johnandros on Aug 24, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

Clear blue skies were waiting behind the curtains this morning. The stunning views from the breakfast room almost making up for the rubbish breakfast. To anyone travelling this road I would say avoid the Cabana Capra. Despite, or maybe because of, its great location little effort has been made here; we were glad to leave.

Riding the higher section in perfect weather we have at last found a road worth riding. ...

The search for understanding

A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Aug 04, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... in tour groups.

What's funny about this tour is that I am the only one in my group for whom English is my first language. The tour guide,who is Romanian, speaks English(therefore her second language) to the Asian tour leader who then translates it back to the other Asian tourists. It is the most interesting thing to watch. What I find hysterical is that when the Romanian tour leader describes something metaphorically as a jigsaw puzzle, the other tour leader doesn't ...

Day 6 - Sinai (Peles Castle)

A travel blog entry by coznlinda on Jul 01, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... tries to help. Then he has trouble and a women comes and helps. Then it ended up being at least 7 people helping us buy a pop. The first lady was arguing with the cashier to give us change. The first guy and the maintenance guy ended up unplugging the machine several times. Aunt Linda and I kept saying it was ok I would fiond something else but they would not accept that. So people were throwing ideas out on what to do. But they were not giving up on getting me my Fanta orange ...

Poenari Fortress - 1480 Stairs - Oct. 20 Part 1

A travel blog entry by newbeginnings on Oct 20, 2011

11 photos

... up the mountain to rebuild Poenari Fortress.

We do know that Vlad Tepes did use the Poenari Fortress to defend Wallachia. It still exists, although in ruins, and to reach the fortress, one must climb almost 1500 stairs. It took Bogdan and I several hours to reach Poenari Fortress, as it is located in the Făgăraş Mountains. We drove through absolutely breathtaking scenery, and over very winding roads. I had forgotten to take ...

ROMANIA-Transylvania,Valacchia,Danube,Black Sea

A travel blog entry by vinkor on Jun 05, 2010

99 photos

... br> southern front side of the church. This is how the monastery could be
finished, and the prince was pleased to find that it was as beautiful as
it could be. But the prince would not want Manole to build another
church that could match his own. So he ordered the scaffolding removed,
which left Manole stranded on the roof. In an attempt to escape, Manole
made himself a pair of wings from shingles, but they were of no avail,
and ...

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